Clergywoman Laurie Idahosa gets COVID 19 vaccine, some Christians react

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Clergywoman, Laurie Idahosa, has replied some Christians who confronted her and threatened to unfollow her after she shared photos and videos of herself taking the COVID-19 vaccine on her Instagram page on Tuesday, March 6.

Laurie shared videos of herself taking a jab of the vaccine and wrote;

”I got my first dose of the Covid vaccine today! … Yes, you can still be a person of faith and get the Covid Vaccine.covidvacccine #vaccinationdone #vaccineisnotthemarkofthebeast”

The video clip captions: “You can get the Covid vaccine and still have faith

Some Christians took to her comment section to question her faith in God as a Christian. One of the commenters even compared her with her father-in-law, Archbishop Benson Idahosa, who he claims wouldn’t have taken the vaccine.

See a few of the comments below:

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